Guided tours of the cellar with wine tasting, cooking classes with our sfogline, excursions on foot, by bike or on horseback, and much more: there are many indoor and outdoor activities that the farm offers you for your free time. The complete program of events is available on the homepage of the site.
Corte d’Aibo is located on the “Via dei Colli”, the trekking route that winds between the municipalities of Pianoro and Valsamoggia through the Bolognesi Hills, in the DOC and Pignoletto DOCG production areas of the territory, between gullies and vineyards, centuries-old abbeys and medieval villages to be discovered.
Come and discover the incredible story of two young men who, against all logic, decided to leave their jobs in the city and move to the countryside to cultivate their passion: WINE!
We will take you for a walk around the farm and the vineyards then into the cellar where you will get to see the various stages of the winemaking process. Finally we will move on to the best part…the TASTING!!
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With the help of our “sfogline” ( ladies expert in pasta making) you will learn how to make some of the most authentic fresh pasta of this area.
Starting from how to make the basic dough all the techniques of the pasta making process will be covered including using a rolling pin ( not a pasta machine).
There are two courses available one preparing a classic menu and the other dedicated to two famous local specialities: parmesan cheese ( Parmigiano Reggiano) and balsamic vinegar ( Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena).
Cookery courses must be booked in advance and the cost varies according to the number of participants.
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Bologna known by Italians as “the fat one” is considered by many to be the fulcrum of Italian gastronomic tradition.
Modena, a stone’s throw away, is certainly not far behind.
Corte d’Aibo is located exactly halfway between these two food capitals in an area unequaled in terms of quality and quantity of excellent products.
The staff at Corte d’Aibo will be happy to assist you in the organization of visits to some of the most important producers of local specialities such as Parmigiano Reggiano and Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Perhaps you might also like to see an 18th century flour mill that still grinds using an ancient stone and produces nutritious and genuine products? There are many less renowned artisan producers in the area offering a variety of goods of an equal high quality.
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The Agriturismo Corte d’Aibo is located within Monteveglio Abbey Regional Park and offers the opportunity to undertake many outdoor activities.
Not only can you walk through the vineyards to discover the types of vines grown for our wines but there are a series of hiking routes of low to medium difficulty allowing you to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. If you visit the Ente Parch Emilia website you will find detailed descriptions of the routes.
There is an extremely fascinating path that connects Corte d’Aibo to the Monteveglio Abbey which is accessible to those with a minimum of training and the right equipment. See the track on the free app:
The area around Corte d’Aibo offers countless possibilities for cycle lovers, both road and mountain biking. Let us know if you are bringing your bike and we shall try to accommodate you in a room that has direct access to the outside. Otherwise we will find a suitable shelter for your four wheels.
Should you wish to do a bike tour with a local guide we will be happy to organize this for you.
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If you are interested in going horse riding there are 2 stables less than 15 minutes drive away where you can take lessons (even for children) or just go out for a hack if you have experience.
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